As well as the VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio fuel tank, we also stock a wide range of filler caps (including stock, aero and billet types), fuel line components, gaskets and seals.
In addition to rebuild kits for the original style Solex and Pierburg carbs, we also offer the finest replacement units from Weber.
Again, a wide range, including standard pumps (both carburettor and K-jet injection versions), electric pumps and high performance rotary versions. Plus injectors, filters, fuel line, clamps and T-pieces - everything in fact to repair or improve your Golf Mk1 Cabrio’s fuel system.
And remember, if you have a query about any of our Mk1 Golf Cabrio fuel system or exhaust parts – or if you can’t find the part you require – just click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours.
VW wanted to be different and used GTi, with others suggesting that it was based on the Italian, Gran Turismo Iniezione, in reference to the Golfs original designer, Guigiaro. With its new found 110bhp the 827 engine needed additional cooling, but this wasn't an issue, a Beetle oil cooler was just stuck on top of the gearbox.